Beer, brats and music will be the centerpiece of the second Moscowberfest, planned for 4-8 p.m. Oct. 8 in downtown Moscow.

The Oktoberfest celebration, organized by the Moscow Chamber of Commerce, will take place at the covered parking area of the old U.S. Bank building. Those attending may start checking in at 3 p.m. at the corner of Third and Main streets.



The event is free and open to all ages. Those who want to drink alcohol must be 21 or older and purchase tickets for $26.50, which include a commemorative mug and three drink tickets. Tickets for five more drinks can be purchased for $10, or 10 more drinks for $20.

The alcohol vendors scheduled to attend are Moscow Alehouse, Moscow Brewing Company, Hunga Dunga Brewing, Maialina, Shattuck Brewing, Pour Company, Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre and One World Cafe. Food vendors include Hunga Dunga Food Truck, Maialina, Patty's Mexican Kitchen, One World Cafe, SushiMan, Moscow Food Co-Op and Wendy's Weiners.



There will be music from Moscow’s North Polka Extension, as well as several street games and activities.

Those seeking more information or wanting to purchase tickets can go to moscowchamberofcommerce.square.site.